Project Malmo, Formerly Known As AIX, Is Now Public On ‘Minecraft’

Microsoft has made its AI training platform public, allowing anyone to alter the code in ‘Minecraft’ and train AI to their heart’s content.  ( Uncle Dane | Twitter ) Advertisement Minecraft is no stranger when it comes to be used for educational purposes. As you might recall, back in May, Microsoft created a new version of the game called Minecraft: Education Edition, which was designed for teachers to use in the classroom. Well, as it turns out, the game can also be used to teach more than just humans: it can teach artificial intelligence, too. As evidence of that, Microsoft announced a public release for Project Malmo, the company’s system for testing AI software in Minecraft. The concept of using Minecraft to train AI might seem new to some people,…


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